Alumni Network

A powerful network of global relationships destined to last well beyond completion of the TRIUM program.

A life-long network

The relationships that form among TRIUM classmates are one of the many powerful long-term benefits of the program. After graduation, the Global Alumni Network expands dramatically as TRIUM graduates become alumni not only of TRIUM, but also of each of the partner schools.

TRIUM alumni enjoy full access to the privileges, benefits, services and contacts available through the alumni associations of NYU Stern, LSE and HEC Paris.

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Module 7

The Module 7 TRIUM alumni event—engaging across cohorts and in diverse locales around the world — is built on the belief that our network keeps us nimble. With each Module 7 developed around a new theme, each event offers rich networking opportunities and interactive sessions that bring new dimensions to TRIUM themes.

Completely led and driven by TRIUM alumni, Module 7 continually opens new business opportunities while deepening relationships among our diverse alumni. With memorable social events and rich conversations centered around the right questions, Module 7 helps TRIUM alumni continue their journey to become among the world’s best global business leaders.

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New York University Stern School of Business

With nearly 100,000 NYU Stern alumni living and working in 100 countries, there is hardly a major industry anywhere that doesn’t include Stern graduates in its ranks. NYU Stern alumni constitute a global community, providing information, advice and networking opportunities to fellow alumni and current students.

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London School of Economics and Political Science

LSE is in contact with more than 120,000 alumni worldwide and has alumni groups in more than 80 countries. LSE international alumni are delighted to help and advise potential students and recent graduates.

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HEC School of Management, Paris

The HEC Alumni Association includes 45,000 graduates residing in 107 countries. There are 45 alumni professional groupings, as well as 24 regional circles in France and 72 circles abroad. These groups and circles organize meetings throughout the year.

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Certain images courtesy of Bernardo Ricci Armani (Class of 2013)